Compucessory Privacy Screen FilterPrivacy Filters
12.10" LCD - View Complete Details
Product Number: CCS20660
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Compucessory Privacy Screen Filter - Privacy filter for notebooks blacks out image to prevent unauthorized viewing from the side. Design helps ensure the privacy of on-screen data on your 12.1 wide-screen notebook. Microlouver technology creates a narrow viewing angle so the image is only visible to those directly in front of the screen. Side view is black. Frameless filter overlays surface for a built-in look and can stay in the notebook when it is closed. Filter also eliminates glare, increases contrast and protects LCD surface from damage."View Product Specs
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Q:What is the size for this filter? My computer is Elitebook 840.Asked on 10/23/2014 by G
A:The Compucessory Privacy Filter measures 6.43" x 10.25."Answered on 10/27/2014 by Adam from Columbus, Wisc.
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